The Power of the Proxy Program Manager will educate, engage, and organize a broad range of investors to vote against excessive CEO pay packages and develop new social and environmental performance criteria to be linked to CEO pay evaluation. The ideal candidate will be passionate about the issue of CEO pay as a driver to correct deep imbalances in the US social fabric and economy, and will have experience with SEC proxy rules, CEO compensation structures, public engagement, and be excellent at analyzing large data sets.
The Acting Development Director will assume the duties and responsibilities of the current Development Director who will be on maternity leave through mid July. Those duties include managing a pipeline of institutional funders, including writing grant proposals and reports with program staff and keeping program staff aware of upcoming deadlines and cultivation and stewardship activities. The development department at As You Sow is 1.5 FTE and this job requires someone who is hands-on and detail oriented while at the same time has the ability to think big picture and strategically. There will be an opportunity to overlap with the current Acting Development Director for two weeks to receive training.
As the Multi-Program Intern, you will have the opportunity to support a range of As You Sow environmental corporate responsibility initiatives, including Climate Change, Hydraulic Fracturing, Product Packaging, GMOs, and Nanomaterials in Food, as well as assisting on projects in our Development and Communications departments.
As You Sow's Communications department is seeking an intern to track our media outreach and impact. The internship will provide a first-hand experience with nonprofit media outreach, from strategy to outreach to measuring success. Intern will support the Communications Manager with media strategy deliverables, including press releases and media lists, and will track earned media.
The Cotton Initiative for the Responsible Sourcing Network seeks one intern to research the activities of brands and retailers to address forced labor in their supply chains
RSN requires a meticulous and avid researcher to compile information on exactly what brands and retailers have committed to, what they are doing to adhere to their commitments, and what they are doing to ensure the yarn and textile suppliers in their value chains are meeting their requirements.
As You Sow will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sex, or sexual orientation. Further, As You Sow actively seeks to recruit and retain a diverse staff in all areas of operations.